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Sep 23, 2012 5:30pm PDT
of hormuz if the country becomes a target of military attacks. the commander of the u.s. navy's fleet said the drill demonstrated the high capability to remove mines in collaboration with many other countries. >>> a pakistani government minister has promised to pay for the assassination of an american movie producer for insulting islam. the movie's promotional video on the internet triggered outrage around the world. pakistani railways minister told reporters on saturday he would offer $100,000 to anyone who murders the person responsible for making the movie. he said the video made in the united states denigrates the prophet mohammed. and he hopes the pakistani taliban will join the mission. the minister was only expressing his personal opinion. protest against the u.s. movie continue in pakistan. demonstrators and police clashed on friday leaving more than 20 dead. the announcement is said to be politically motivated as a general election will be held next year. however, the minister's remarks soliciting murder is on show. >>> aung san suu kyi met u.s. president barack obama and secretar
Sep 2, 2012 5:30pm PDT
will start large scale drills this month in preparation for a possible israeli or u.s. attack. an iranian commander said saturday the army will join the islamic guards for air defense exercises. troops will train with anti-aircraft missiles for an attack on other targets. israeli leaders says they won't hesitate to stop the country's nuclear development. commanders tested new short range missiles in august. leaders of the nation have also been concerned about the nearby u.s. presence. american force is with 20 of their allies will begin a mine sweeping training exercise this month. iran also says the country's first and only nuclear power plant is operating at full capacity. it's the first nuclear plant in the middle east. iran's nuclear agency says the plant began full fledged operation with a maximum output of 1,000 megawatts. it was connected to the national power grid last september. but the production was delayed due to concerns with the fukushima accident. russia will take charge of developing nuclear fuel rods and collecting spent ones. the plant will operate under the atomic agenc
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